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Isaac Asimov, who was named "Grand Master of Science Fiction" by the Science Fiction Writers of America, entertained and educated readers of all ages for close to five decades.
William Dufris has been nominated nine times as a finalist for the APA's prestigious Audie Award and has garnered twenty-one Earphones Awards from AudioFile magazine, which also named him one of the Best Voices at the End of the Century. He has also acted on stage and television in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Germany.
Although I think there are better science fiction writers than Asimov, somehow his ability to pull one into a book always succeeds. Read morePublished on June 2 2004 by booksforever
The robot novels were always my favorite of Asimov's work. This book was written by the science-fiction master well into his career, demonstrating a significant improvement in his... Read morePublished on May 10 2004
"The Robots of Dawn" is the third fascinating novel in the awesome science fiction series involving Elijah Baley and R. Daneel Olivaw. Read morePublished on Feb. 13 2004 by Oscar
This book was gifted to me a while back and started reading it expectantly since Asimov has such a reputation. It was very slow going. Read morePublished on Dec 27 2003 by gabe
This is a great story on its own (though it wouldn't make much sense without the first three books), but where it really shines is in how it draws together so many loose ends. Read morePublished on Dec 15 2003 by Steven M. Balke Jr.
In "The Robots of Dawn," Asimov once again examines human nature through the devices of science fiction. Read morePublished on Oct. 23 2003 by Jeff Barnes
For those of us who enjoy taking a
peek of things to come, as we go down the
road of machine intelligence, Isaac Asimov
never disappoints. Read more
I have at last read every book in the robots and foundation saga. I must say i admire Asimov for being able to keep the magic alive across so many novels. Read morePublished on Nov. 24 2002